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Old 02-28-2019, 10:06 AM
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Default RGB LED Hub + Commander Pro Question

So my friend wants a mix of LL120s and LL140s. Can I connect all LL120s to one RGB LED Hub(comes with 3 packof LL120) and all LL140s to another seperate RGB LED Hub(comes with 2 pack of LL140) and link them via Commander Pro/ Lighting Node Pro? Thanks
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Yes. Or you can put them all on the same hub.
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Yes. Or you can put them all on the same hub.
He needs a total of 7 fans with 3 120s being intake and 4 140 as exhaust(I’ll lower the 140’s fan speed to maintain positive air pressure). It should be fine right?
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Ah ... the RGB Fan Hubs only support 6 fans. So you'd either need two fan hubs or an RGB Fan Splitter for the 7th fan. Using two hubs would eliminate being able to add strips, if he wanted to do that later.
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